The former West Central Cooperative employee who allegedly took dozens of bribes worth more than $479,000 in exchange for steep discounts on crop seed and other products, is expected to plead guilty today to a federal charge of wire fraud, court records show.
The man who gained widespread notoriety Wednesday for being stuck in a
chimney with no clothes pleaded not guilty to a trespassing charge and
left jail this morning.
A Lake View farmer claims in a federal lawsuit he is the victim of a
false narrative that farmers’ cooperative leaders concocted to divert
the blame for millions of dollars in losses — partly due to an
employee’s thefts over several years.
The 24-year-old Carroll man who is set to serve 15 more years in prison
for raping a 7-year-old girl lost this week his fifth appeal that asked
for a new trial.
The 36-year-old man accused of trying to kill another man in a jealous
rage on Valentine’s Day night most recently lived in Carroll and wants a
judge to release him from jail, according to court records.
A judge will examine the written records of a young woman’s therapy
sessions for information that might show the boy she accused of raping
her in August is innocent.
A 38-year-old Carroll man convicted of having sex with his 13-year-old
niece claims he is a racist and wouldn’t have had sex with the
Loren Danner thought he was dutifully following the law when he submitted an application in January 2013 to build a tall grain distribution tower on his farm east of Carroll.
The attorney who is defending a Greene County High School basketball
star accused of rape has asked for the alleged victim’s mental health
records and for an interview with her before his client’s trial in an
effort to discredit her, according to juvenile court records.
The former East Sac County student who allegedly killed two of his
fellow classmates in a drunken August 2014 crash is set to stand trial
for the crimes in May.
A Lanesboro man elected to help lead his city alleges in a lawsuit that
the city’s leadership has failed to maintain storm sewers that caused
water to flood his basement.
The first-degree murder trial of a 48-year-old Pomeroy man will start June 6, a judge decided Tuesday.
The Federal Aviation Administration told a local farmer that his grain
distribution tower — which was built three years ago in apparent
violation of county law — does not interfere with Carroll’s municipal
airport enough to be torn down, the farmer, Loren Danner, said Tuesday.
The former East Sac student who pleaded guilty to two felony
vehicular homicide charges for driving drunk in a crash that killed two
fellow students in August 2014 will — instead — face four felonies in a
A local farmer’s grain distribution tower violates the federally
regulated airspace near the Arthur N. Neu Municipal Airport east of
Carroll, according to a lawsuit filed by the airport’s commissioners who
seek to have the tower removed.
A 56-year-old Carroll man who faces a federal charge for unlawfully
possessing a handgun claims a police officer told him he could have a
gun, despite being convicted of a felony.
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